House of Delegates District 17

District Index: Strong Republican
Based on 2016 presidential and 2017 gubernatorial results.

Party Performance in Recent Statewide Elections

Mark Obenshain (R)
15,492 65.48%
Mark Herring (D)
8,168 34.52%

Botetourt County

Precinct Obenshain (R) Herring (D)
501 - COYNER SPRINGS*
105 (70.95%)
43 (29.05%)
502 - CLOVERDALE*
915 (71.54%)
364 (28.46%)
503 - TROUTVILLE*
78 (78.00%)
22 (22.00%)
Total for Botetourt County
1,098 (71.91%)
429 (28.09%)

Roanoke City

Precinct Obenshain (R) Herring (D)
007 - JEFFERSON-RIVERDALE
299 (56.84%)
227 (43.16%)
017 - MONTEREY
484 (60.65%)
314 (39.35%)
032 - GRANDIN COURT
311 (48.44%)
331 (51.56%)
035 - LEE-HI
858 (57.78%)
627 (42.22%)
037 - GARDEN CITY
597 (66.26%)
304 (33.74%)
Total for Roanoke City
2,549 (58.57%)
1,803 (41.43%)

Roanoke County

Precinct Obenshain (R) Herring (D)
104 - NORTHSIDE
405 (60.27%)
267 (39.73%)
105 - PETERS CREEK
900 (65.69%)
470 (34.31%)
201 - PLANTATION
546 (65.63%)
286 (34.38%)
202 - BURLINGTON
313 (60.66%)
203 (39.34%)
203 - MOUNTAIN VIEW
1,002 (69.83%)
433 (30.17%)
204 - BOTETOURT SPRINGS
708 (61.30%)
447 (38.70%)
205 - ORCHARDS
1,152 (72.36%)
440 (27.64%)
206 - HOLLINS
301 (62.97%)
177 (37.03%)
303 - WINDSOR HILLS
568 (63.68%)
324 (36.32%)
306 - GARST MILL
414 (60.35%)
272 (39.65%)
402 - BONSACK
241 (73.70%)
86 (26.30%)
403 - NORTH VINTON
534 (70.08%)
228 (29.92%)
404 - SOUTH VINTON
608 (62.55%)
364 (37.45%)
405 - LINDENWOOD
1,226 (71.91%)
479 (28.09%)
406 - MOUNT PLEASANT
843 (74.27%)
292 (25.73%)
504 - OGDEN
375 (58.96%)
261 (41.04%)
505 - CLEARBROOK
417 (67.26%)
203 (32.74%)
506 - MOUNT VERNON
414 (61.24%)
262 (38.76%)
507 - HUNTING HILLS
878 (66.52%)
442 (33.48%)
Total for Roanoke County
11,845 (66.62%)
5,936 (33.38%)

*Because the State Board of Elections does not compile statewide election results by House of Delegates or State Senate districts, VPAP has calculated and estimated the results based on available information. VPAP uses both registered voter lists and spatial analysis to determine how physical voting precincts are related to their districts. When available, VPAP will first use the percentage of registered voters assigned to a precinct that are within a district at the time of the election in order to determine what percentage of votes to apportion to that district. If that historical relationship of a precinct to a district is unavailable, for example when redistricting occurs, then VPAP will use spatial analysis to determine what percentage of a physical precinct's geometric area is within a district in order to determine what percentage of votes to apportion to that district for past statewide results. VPAP may also cross-reference other data sources, such as the Census, to validate and adjust those spatial calculations.

VPAP does not include Central Absentee Precincts or Provisional Precincts in its calculations.